Environmental Law in Developing Countries: Selected Issues
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This publication contains four papers on different legal issues of interest to developing countries. The papers were researched and written by four Carl Duisberg Gesellscaft (CDG) Fellows who came to Germany from Bangladesh, Venezuela, Nigeria and China to study under the host leadership of the IUCN Environmental Law Centre. Subjects chosen by these Fellows vary widely, and cover ISO 14001, access to environmental justice in Latin America, patents and plant resources-related knowledge, and law and policy of the European Union on the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and their significance to China.
Mgbeoji, Ikechi; Islam, Nazrul; Martinez, Isabel; and Xi, Wang, "Environmental Law in Developing Countries: Selected Issues" (2001). Books. 279.
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